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Alison Law

Alison is a college student and writer passionate about the environment, fashion, animals and coffee.

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Not so PrettyLittleThing? Should influencers glamorise fast fashions?

By Alison Law / April 14, 2021

The influencer world is full of glam and the latest fashion trends. As fun and enjoyable as fashion is, the promotion of fast fashion (cheap affordable mass produced fashion that follows trends, with new collections out very frequently) is more harmful than we think. Throughout the pandemic we have spent more time on our phones […]

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5 Irish Vegan Businesses to support

By Alison Law / April 13, 2021

Shopping local allows us to see the creative and hard-working people around us. Supporting businesses, particularly independent businesses, is a conscious consumer decision that helps our local business owners. During times like these, it is essential to support companies that are near and dear to us, as it allows them to thrive and grow their […]

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Is vegan leather the opposite of ethical?

By Alison Law / April 9, 2021

Is too much vegan bad for the planet? Can we reduce the carbon footprint if too many vegan products are made from plastic? These are questions that have been raised about the emerging market for vegan leather and alternative clothing. Whilst vegan is certainly a cruelty-free choice, is it too bad for the environment? Or […]

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Seaspiracy Review

By Alison Law / April 7, 2021

Photo Credit: Netflix On 24 March, a Netflix documentary captivated viewers across the globe. The week it was released, it was talked about like no other documentary in a long time. Seapiracy raised concerns and opened the eyes of many about the truth of commercial fishing, and the harm humans are doing to the oceans.  […]

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The most eco-friendly countries in the world

By Alison Law / April 6, 2021

Iceland An outstanding figure of 99% of Iceland’s energy is generated by renewable energy. How magnificent is that? The renewable energy they use is geothermal energy and hydropower. When it comes to energy usage and energy sources, Iceland is sustainable with its approach.  From Reykjavik Convention Bureau:  “Reykjavik is a global centre for renewable energy […]

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Veganism around the World

By Alison Law / April 3, 2021

What is the world’s most vegan-friendly country? We discover that many countries in our world are famous for veganism and have a growing population of vegans. But can we just pinpoint one as being the most vegan? Let’s look at the popularity of veganism in these different places and see how the plant-based lifestyle has […]

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How Climate Change can affect our health

By Alison Law / March 28, 2021

When we think about Climate Change, our mind jumps to the planet’s health and well-being. Although it is good to think of the planet’s wellness, we need to look at how it will affect our bodies and minds. Many of us have gained anxieties surrounding climate change and recognising that there are some things we […]

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Countries that climate change is most affecting: Why we need urgent action

By Alison Law / March 25, 2021

Climate change is making its presence felt on Earth today, and we see unusual weather patterns and natural disasters with increasing frequency. Those countries that are economically disadvantaged are those that are most affected by global warming.   Accountability is more important than we think when we talk about climate change. We as individuals need […]

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Ways to be sustainable at home

By Alison Law / March 22, 2021

Many of us are frustrated with the progress of sustainability in our lives, and we grow concerned about landfill wastage and pollution. Many of us have not been able to use our keep cups in our local cafes and we notice a lot of plastic used around us.   “Due to waste mismanagement, one-third of […]

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The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz -Book Review

By Alison Law / March 18, 2021

To begin with, I have never read a book so quickly from start to finish. My eyes were glued to the pages. From the beginning, this book had me. It’s insightful, relevant and enlightening. Don Miguel Ruiz’s The Four Agreements is a book enriched with high-quality guidance that describes Ruiz’s learnings from the Toltecs. Here’s […]

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